Nicholas Moy is the Conservation Science Senior Program Manager of the National Parks Conservation Association. He joined NPCA in 2019 and is dedicated to using GIS and science communication techniques to advance biodiversity conservation and land protection.
He has helped grow the organization’s use of up-to-date fact-based resources and continues to connect NPCA’s work to the scientific community. Nicholas has played a role in tracking oil and gas leasing, air and water pollution, and wildlife movement in and around the national parks. He is building and managing NPCA’s GIS program that serves as a foundational resource of data, maps and tools for the organization. In his free time you might find him birding, board gaming, backpacking, or biking.